The company’s flagship watch has some updates, without radically changing its predecessors, at least in what it offers: a versatile smartwatch in a traditional luxury watch body. After having the watch on our wrists for some time, here’s what we think of it.
We don’t usually start this way, but first we’ll talk about the differences in the model. The Huawei Watch GT 4 comes in seven versions – four with a 46mm case and three with a 41mm case. The changes between everyone are not only in size or color, but also in design in general. The 46mm models adopt a rounded octagon design, while the 41mm models aimed at the female audience are all-encompassing and completely clear of any “noise” in the design.
The 46mm black model has a rubber strap and a black stainless steel case, the brown leather strap model (which will not be released in Greece) has a light silver case, and the 46mm “Green Edition” comes with a green woven strap made of… Recycled and a silver case, while the “Gray Edition” we are testing here comes with a metal bracelet and every part of the body in silver. In each model, the straps are detachable and can be easily changed, without tools, via a pin built into the ends. In practice, even if the original version had a sportier or more formal character, it has simply been changed with a new strap, something very practical.
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